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will see it on cnn. stay with us. i'm rick sanchez. we'll be right back. (pouring rain) i had a great time. me too. you know, i just got out of a bad relatio... it's okay. thanks. goodnight. goodnight. (door crashes in, alarm sounds) get out! (phone rings) hello? this is rick with broadview security. is everything all right? no, my ex-boyfriend just kicked in the front door. i'm sending help right now. thank you. (announcer) brink's home security is now broadview security. call now to install the standard system for just $99. the proven technology of broadview security system delivers rapid response from highly-trained professionals, 24 hours a day. call now to get the $99 installation, plus a second keypad installed free. and, you could save up to 20% on your homeowner's insurance. call now-- and get the system installed for just $99. broadview security for your home or business - the next generation of brink's home security. call now. >>> we got a lot of twitter reports on that speech. kennedy's greatest achievement, he fought the bigotry, hypocrisy, greed that neocons endeav endeavor to
. will he be charged? you have to find out. rick sanchez picks it up from here. >> i'm going to be telling you about a story that we just learned about. this is amazing, this e-mail i received moments ago. it is an e-mail that came from a pastor that said that he wants sasha and malia to be fatherless and michelle obama to be a widow. that's the beginning of what you are about to hear. i will take you through it. here is what else we are going to have. >> i'm not going to move and you are not going to arrest me. >> this man chooses to protest a tea party protest. >> i will not join people who don't care about people. i wouldn't join anybody who cares about themselves. >> reporter: he fails to obey an order and is arrested. what do you say? th this. >>> this registered sex offender charged with making this little girl his sex slave for 18 years, all the while, people thought it was this man who took her, her stepfather. >> they found jaycee and she is alive. so we both cried for about ten minutes. >> i am drilling down on jaycee lee dugard, how is she recovering, how could this sex fiend ha
, 2009. >>> hello again, everybody. i'm rick sanchez with the next generation of news. this is a conversation, not a speech. as always, it's your turn to get involved. this story coming out of pittsburgh if you have been watching this news conference is fascinating to say the very least. we are learning more about this horrible mass killing. more than 30 gun shots. 31 as you just heard the police officer describe. at a suburban pittsburgh center. it was an l.a. fitness. you have seen those all over the country. now, we can show him to you. 48-year-old georges sodini. looks like an average guy. on that blog, now removed from the internet, he left diary entries. this gets interesting. what it reveals is what really pushed this man to the edge. let me share some of these with you. listen to this entry here. you ready. sodini wants to kill, he says. he is writing about his exit plan. that's what he calls it. december 28th, 2008, i will shoot, he says. tuesday, january 6th at 8:15. that's when he is planning to do this, to kill these innocent people. i have a list of to-do
a great weekend, everyone. see you on monday. rick sanchez takes it from here. >>> coming at you now -- >> it is disgusting. >> he killed her daughter, blew up her plane and he gets a hero's welcome. >> this man doesn't deserve our pity. all the innocent kids that died on that flight. >> calling qaddafi. hello, moammar. this rick scott has an anti-obama ad criticizing his vacation. how much more wrong can you be than what you just said? not only is your company screwed up and you just admitted to it you are saying look at all the other companies, they did the same thing. >> no. i don't believe that at all. >> that doesn't sound like a sterling system. >> did we mention rick scott's former company defrauded you, the taxpayer, out of $1.7 billion. >> charged against your company while you were the boss over a period of ten years. yes, they were paid after you left but they accuse of it happening while you were leading the company. just thought you would want to know. >>> and were americans manipulated by the bush white house. did orange mean we need you frightened enough to vote for us
, beijing. >>> that does it for us. we're back here tomorrow. rick sanchez picks it up from here. >>> thanks a lot. we told you there would be information coming to us. this is one of the officials there in brunswick, georgia, who is hopefully answering some of the questions that we have as to these eight people found dead. i think he's starting to get going here. let's go ahead and listen in. >> i will entertain other questions. other than that i will not comment. if you ask me questions about it, that will be my answer. i'll say that from the very outset. let me say at this moment again, my condolences go out to the family mebs on behalf of our community and the board of commissioners and the people who live in this neighborhood. i wish i could give them more from what i gave last night and there's little more i can give right now. that being said, i'll tell you this much, right now actively assisting in the investigation are the following agencies -- the glynn county emergency management agency search and recovery volunteers, the glynn county sheriff's office, the brunswick police departm
's it for us. we'll be back here tomorrow. rick sanchez picks it up from here. >> hello, again shall everybody. i'm rick sanchez with the next generation of news. this is, as we always say, a conversation and certainly not a speech and it's your turn to get involved. what you are about to see, we have live pictures we can share with you now. this is amazing. this is truly going to be. if you are sitting around right now and you've got 15 minutes to devote to your television viewing, it's a special moment of television you are about to witness. the president of the united states is going to give medal of freedoms. this is a who's who of the most accomplished people. it will start in seven minutes. you will see the whole thing play out. meanwhile, as you watch this today, you have seen our shows and what we have been doing day after day. you have seen us tell it straight in this emotionally charged debate over health care where diversionary tactics by republicans are being used. we have pulled no punches and told it to you straight. deals are being cut in private by the president. we have also t
, august 3rd, 2009. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com >>> hello again, everybody. i'm rick sanchez with the next generation of news. this is a conversation, not a speech, and it is as always your turn to get involved. during his campaign, candidate obama said it so often, we can practically all repeat it by now. if you make less than $250,000 a year, you won't have to pay more taxes. that's what he said. he told us that. he told joe the plumber that. he told just about everybody who would hear that, that. that was before the bank bailouts, mind you, before the nearly $800 billion stimulus bill, before the federal deficit topped $1 trillion. all right. are you ready for this? i want you to listen closely now to treasury secretary tim geithner this weekend, in case you missed it. he's talking specifically now about this issue. >> we will not get this economy back on track, recovery will be not strong and sustained unless we can convince the american people that we are going to have the will to bring these deficits down once recovery is firmly established. >> here's what else he said,
rick sanchez with the next generation of news. this is a conversation, not a speech. it is your turn to get involved. meltdowns, throwdowns, shoutdowns, every day this week has revealed to us a new page in the how to behave in a public forum handbook. those health care town hall meetings, we've seen the spectrum of human behavior at these events. roger, take some of this video. here is one end of the spectrum. a town hall meeting with sceptor brown of ohio. no raised voices. people stayed in their seats. civil conversation. there is this one from two days ago. you think people were shocked to see this. you bet they were. outraged. that's texas representative sheila jackson lee unbelievably with all that's been going on at theseton hall meetings, taking a call on her cell phone while one of her constituents is trying to ask her a question. she told the woman in the audience, go ahead, i can hear you, while she is talking and listening on the phone. we are going to play that whole incident for you, the entire thing in just a minute so you can see it for yourself and judge it for yourse
morning. right now the news continues with rick sanchez in the "cnn newsroom." >> thanks so much, john. >>> your future health care is on our minds right now. we're going to tell you what's going on at the white house to try to reach a consensus with congress. listen to this. a 600-pound teenager is seeking donations for surgery. here's the question that we're asking you. should gastric bypass be paid for him by his insurance company if he wants this? interesting story. >>> also violence aimed at voters. new afghan attacks, two days before the presidential elections. hello again, everybody. i'm rick sanchez, sitting in for heidi collins, tuesday, august 18th, and you are now officially in the "cnn newsroom." >>> all right, here's what we're going to be focusing on. two major stories this hour, health care and hurricane season. our suzanne malveaux, at the white house where officials are clarifying comments, keyword here is clarifying comments on the public option. our elizabeth cohen is going to break down the health care debate and try and get to what's critical for you. we're going t
've got comments on the blog as well as on twitter. good morning, everybody, i'm rick sanchez, i'm going to be sitting in for heidi collins, thursday, august 13th, and you are in the "cnn newsroom." >>> all right, we call it make or break month for health care. more lawmakers are meeting with voters during this hour, and will this resistance continue? look at this map we've put together for you. candy crowley, she's in iowa, key republican negotiators getting an earful there from hundreds of constituents. dr. sanjay gupta's going to be looking at the lightning rods of reform. how in the world have we gotten to the point where there's even talk of quote death panels? death panels, think about that. and then ali velshi taking it to the people who are angry and why are they angry? this is the news unfiltered, folks. we're going to be taking your comments here on twitter.com/ricksanchez. can't wait to hear what you have to say about rick pitino. >>> we're going to start with breaking news. just after 6:00 in california and already a fast-moving wildfire threatening some -- we're told hundred
by vitac -- www.vitac.com >>> hello, everybody. i'm rick sanchez. as we always tell you, it is not a speech, it is a conversation and we want you to get involved. here's something that's gotten our attention. i want to see if it gets as much of your attention. let's start with that picture. remember when president obama had a town hall meeting and somebody showed up with a gun in a holster that he was later interviewed and actually said that the gun was loaded, told that to an interviewer. all right, moments ago, we got this picture in. let's flip the shot. this was just about an hour ago. that picture's coming in right now from phoenix, arizona. he's actually carrying an assault rifle. he's at an obama event. that's an ar-15 on his back. we're being told from our crews on the ground that he may not have been the only person in the crowd today that was carrying a loaded weapon. we should let you know, by the way, it's important that this is perfectly legal in the state of arizona because they have an open carry law. our white house correspondent ed henry is in phoenix. he's been at these ra
here tomorrow in our 2:00 p.m. hour. >>> that does it for you. rick sanchez takes it from here. >> 47 people packed into a small commuter plane. no leg room. toilets, overflowing. babies crying. this for nine hours. that's nine. no way out. their story. >>> was he trying to avoid this? >> it reads like something that was thought up in the early 1930s in germany. >> did the president cut a deal with pharmaceutical companies? >>> by the way, just how hooked are americans on pharmaceutic s pharmaceuticals? so hooked, it may be leading some to worse drugs like heroin. a cnn exclusive. >>> and ready, aim, shoot. real pics of u.s. fighters taking out the taliban on your national conversation for national conversation for monday, august 10th, 2009. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com >>> hello again, everybody. i'm rick sanchez with the next generation of news because we do a conversation, not a speech. it's always your turn to get involved. look at these live pictures we're following. this is such a curious story. that is a beaked whale. they're kind of rare. everything we've read about
." that does it for us. we'll be back here tomorrow. we'll be back here tomorrow. rick sanchez takes it from here. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com >>> coming at you right now, the fat cats ripping you and me off, hiding their money overseas to avoid paying taxes. a list of 4,400 of them who are denying our children billions of dollars. who are they? >>> he admitted it to me on the air. the more we look into this, the more this appears that it was really planned. >> oh, it was more planned than you think. >> so, he plotted to set up and have an armed man at an event near the president. the president! >>> and guess what? we're going to reveal his ties to a dangerous militia movement. >> we will resist people imposing their will on us through the strength of the majority. >> uh, secret service, are you listening? >> we will resist -- >> new details. >>> also, why is the terrorist who bombed the plane out of the sky, killing 270 people, being given a "compassionate" release? it is amazing to watch. are you outraged? what you say on your national conversation for thursday, august 20th, 2009
18th? aar >>> hello. this is rick sanchez. this is a conversation, certainly not a speech. i want to tell you that we have just received moments ago what appears to be the official statement that's being released on video by dr. conrad murlray o apparently treat michael jackson, the doctor who was trying to resuscitate him when he was found deceased. the video has come in moments ago. we are going to play that for you and hook up with our own correspondent and be able to break that down for you. we will share that entire video with you in just a little bit. now, many of you yesterday were shocked when you saw right here for the first time that video that we showed you during an interview that i was doing with our senior white house correspondent, ed henry, of a man who had an a.r.-15 rifle with him at an event where the president of the united states was speaking. president obama inside. this man outside. what's interesting about this is we now learn he was one of about 12 protesters who were packing near the president. in this video, we noticed that he was being interviewed. you
conversation for friday, august 7th, 2009. >>> hello, again, everybody. i'm rick sanchez. this is, as we like to say, a conversation, no the a speech. as always, it is your turn to get involved. we will be getting to this tension town hall debate. what's going on in washington. that's senator mel martinez of florida. we interviewed him many times. senator mel martinez and i being of the same state, working together on many pronlgs jektje. mel martinez, we all knew, was not going to be going for a second term. it may be surprising, though, that mel martinez is deciding now to go ahead and get out of the race. he is not going to seek re-election next year. florida governor, charlie crist, has the power to appoint a replacement for martinez. we know that crist intends to run for that senate seat. does it mean one is getting out so another can get in? no. there is no reason to believe that up to now. we don't know who charlie chris the will appoint. we know he is being asked to appoint a hispanic e is the only hispanic in the senate and has been working on projects like immigration reform, for ex
the number on your screen for free information. >>> i'm rick sanchez. even death row inmates have mothers who still love them and believe in them. what do you think if a reporter or a group of reporters show up at a woman's house to question her about her daughter's honor, her daughter's ethics, because they believe her daughter may be underage and possibly dancing at a strip club. it is now time to bring out the how hoe? wouldn't you think? wouldn't you say? you are about to see this today's fotos segment. they showed up at rosemary lumpkins house who apparently called police about her daughter working at a strip club. the woman who answered the door said, i'm not rosemary lumpkin and began it hadding anybody she could find with the hoe. we go to brazil where a shanty town goes up in smoke. it isn't pretty. it's called an illegal settlement. police move in to evict 200 squatters but they use stun guns and tear gas and squatters resist with hand-made bombs and kaboom. now, numero uno. if there was an olympic event of car chases, this guy would be a top qualifier. police say he ran from them w
it for us. rick sanchez takes it from here. >>> coming at you right now, killed by a pack of wild dogs. the woman and her husband, he tried to save her. how does this happen? >>> on what planet do you spend most of your time? >> congressman barney frank tells the town hall crowd what he thinks. >> to be honest with you, i -- >> brutally honest or just plain brutal. >>> then, there is the nazi question. >> why do you continue to support a nazi policy? ma'am, trying to have a conversation with you would be like trying to argue with the dining room table, i have no interest in doing it. >> you will see the exchanges. >>> is this tina bill board offensive? >> there is a way to get your message across. >> i will ask roland martin in our new r and r segment. >>> and fotos, who would let their kid do this, flying into the national conversation? the first social media newscast for wednesday, august 19th, begins right now. >>> hello again, everybody. i'm rick sanchez with the next generation of news. it is a conversation. it is not a speech. it is always your turn to get involved. democrats who
conversation for thursday, august 6th, 2009. >>> hello, again, everybody. i'm rick sanchez with the next generation of news. this is a conversation, it is not a speech. as always, it is your turn to get involved. as we begin this forecast, there is news being made in washington, d.c. some would say it is all but a for malt that smality that she going to be confirmed. the vote is now being taken there on the senate floor. as you can see, we will keep a little box up for you as the votes come in. we will tally them. we have a confirmation of sonia sotomayor, which by the way, everything seems to lead in that direction unless there is a huge surprise. we will bring it to you and we'll tell you what possible surprises there may have been, either from democrats or from democrats, because it is not official until they actually cast their ballots. we will be following the sotomayor confirmation. in the meantime, big story that's being followed is the health care debate, the screaming, et cetera. well, guess what? it's getting uglier. house speaker, nancy pelosi, now suggestion the loud opponent
the highest honor. senator edward kennedy, actor sidney poitier and sandra day o'connor. and rick sanchez will bring you live coverage of that awards ceremony. >>> cash for clunkers, it just keeps clunking along. have you seen some of these new car lots lately? well, they're short on wheels and long on empty spaces. if youn personal tour of paris, there's an app for that. or, you'd like to figure out the metro, there's an app for that. or you'd like to send a postcard home, there's an app for that too, because there's an app for just about anything. only on the iphone. so what do you think? i think i'll go with the basic package. good choice. only meineke lets you choose the brake service that's right for you. and save 50% on pads and shoes. meineke. >>> continuing to monitor the town halls across the country. discussing health care. leaders within the u.s. taking questions and trying to have "q" and "a," actually, with it looks like pretty calm crowds right now. two of these going on, one in inged woodcliffs, new jersey, with congressman steve rosman, and as you saw a few minutes ago we'
tomorrow. rick sanchez takes it from here >>> a town hall meeting to discuss health care reform. instead, the illegals. >> they shouldn't even be here. >> children. >> while that baby is in the mother, we don't count that as a person. >> i would think that is unconstitutional and unamerican. >> the gettysburg address. >> the government of the people, by the people, for the people shall not perish from the earth. >> and god. >> one day, god is going to stand before you and he is gonna judge you. >> overwhelmingly republican and overwhelmingly anti-obama. since this laurel and hardy team has been in washington. >> which parties being helped or hurt by this? the president in mexico and so was our michael ware. >> i cannot tell you her name nor anyone else's in this story. nor can i show you their faces. >> mrs. clinton in congo with a bad translator. and an attitude. >> my husband is not the secretary of state. i am. >> all this in your national conversation for tuesday, august 11th, 2009. >>> hello again efshs r. i'm rick sanchez with the next generation of news, not a speech. your turn to
rick sanchez at quarterback. throwing him to the wolves and stakes are pretty high. he played well last time out even throwing a touch down on the first nfl pass. now there is speculation in new york that if he has another strong outing tonight, rooen could name him the permanent starter. as always, stay tuned. >>> kick offset for 8:00 o'clock at the stadium ravens and the jets. that's what we are looking at tonight. back to you. >> thank you bruce. great night for it. vytas has another look at the forecast. >>reporter: man this is perfect monday night football weather. look outside. clear skies. pretty much. we have a few high thin clouds. inner harbor decent and the temperatures very comfortable as we head through the evening hours. 82 degrees right now. looking at winds out of the west northwest at 9. humidity level 51 percent. down to the game you should be able to see temperatures right in the upper mid 70's and take a jacket things cool off in the overnight but nonetheless stay dry just few showers on the eastern shore and looks like we see nice comfortable con
about it because we've had a big response. and my guy rick sanchez, will have a conversation with the producers of the psa tomorrow on his show at 3:00 p.m. eastern right here on cnn. rick will talk to the producer about how he got that video out and the response he's gotten as well. make sure you tune in. >>> a collision that the faa and highway patrol both might have to investigate. how a plane came to collide with three vehicles in california. look at that picture. starting in five days. new olay complete ageless renewing lotion. moisture, spf 20, antioxidants and vitamins help reveal a younger-looking appearance in five days. try new olay complete ageless. >>> some breaking news now out of orange county, california. the district attorney there is confirming that ryan jenkins was found hanging in a hotel room and he was found by an employee. we're being told that the murder case against him will be dismissed. >>> i'm sorry, say again, jen? okay. as we reported earlier tonight, he was found earlier in british columbia, but again he was believed to be the suspect behind the
be all over it. rick sanchez, thanks so much. appreciate it. see you in a few minutes, six minutes from now. >>> two rape suspects held over after some tear-filled court hearings. the nine and ten-year-old boyce accused of attacking a younger girl wechltle have the very latest from phoenix. >>> vote taking place right now on the confirmation of sonia sotomayor as supreme court justice. let's listen to senate majority leader, harry reid. >> mr. president, i would ask you if we begin the vote now and we will make sure the two or three minutes we are starting early. >> without objection. >> the yeas and nays been ordered? >> they have not been ordered. >> we send a request. >> the clerk will call the role. >> mr. akaka? >>> we're expected to keep a close watch on this as the vote is to take place. it is believed it will be a unanimous decision among the democrats and a handful of republicans voting for the confirmation of sonia sotomayor. the first hispanic supreme court justice to take to the bench. that will take place momentarily. i am going to hand it over to rick sanchez. >>> more hea
, everybody. i'm rick sanchez. this is a conversation, as we often say, no the a speech. as always, it's your turn to get involved. as we begin this particular conversation, there is another health care forum that has been interrupted. there seems to be a pattern going on here. have you seen some of the pictures that we've been showing from around the country? i want you to see this one for yourself. i also want you to make your own decision as you watch this. i am going to show you as much of this as we think is necessary for you to get a clear picture of what's going on. this is the latest example. green bay wisconsin, last night, democratic congressman and medical doctor, steve kagin, he called a meeting to discussion the crucial issue of health care reform since he is a doctor and a politician. he wanted to meet with his constituents. here is what happened. >> kill the bill. >> all right. now shall i twoont shwant to sh another one. this is congressman tim bishop. he says he wants to make sure his audience is civil and informed, as he prepares with the audience and his staff to have this
'm rick sanchez. something just happened i want you to see. it's an abrupt but very dramatic moment with a woman who says that her husband is not getting any insurance coverage and she is so desperate. you will hear it in her voice. she seems critical of health care as it is now. she is pleading with one republican senator who is most against reform. that's what makes this for such an interesting exchange. here is her plea now and his response. >> we need help. my husband has traumatic brain injuries. his health insurance will not cover him and what i need to know is are you going to help him where he can even drink? we left the nursing home and they told us we are on our own. he left with a feeding tube. i have been working with him but i'm not a speech pathologist, a professional that takes six years for a master's and i'm trying to get him to even drink. >> well, i think first of all, yeah, we'll help. the first thing we'll do is see what we can do individually to help you through our office but the other thing that's missing in this debate is us as neighbors, helping people that
on monday. we know people are going to be talking about it because we've had a big response. and my guy rick sanchez, will have a conversation with the producers of the psa tomorrow on his show at 3:00 p.m. eastern right here on cnn. rick will talk to the producer about how he got that video out and the response he's gotten as well. make sure you tune in. >>> a collision that the faa and highway patrol both might have to investigate. how a plane came to collide with three vehicles in california. look at that picture. >> some breaking news now out of orange county, california. the district attorney attorney confirmed that ryan jenkins was found hanging in hotel room and the murder case against him will be dismissed. i am sorry. as we reported earlier tonight he was found in british columbia. he was believed to be the suspect behind the murder of his wife and former model. he was found hanging in a hotel room. he was found by an employee. we will be back in a moment with details on breaking news and more stories for you. female ann] there's a smarter, cooler way to get your clothes brilliantly
as a result of it. >> in march, the u.s. put a $5 million bounty on mehsud's head. rick sanchez coming up. what's going on? >> you know, this is something that's real special and it is something that i am very protective of. when a woman, a mother, loses her son in war and says to you, mr. sanchez, come to my house, i want to tell you my story, i want to sharon on this any's story with the rest of the country and you are invited to bring your cameras to arlington national cemetery to watch him be buried, you know, god bless her. she is special. we are going to honor her request. i think we have some video now that i can share with you. this is from arlington national cemetery. you will see it in its entirety today. that's anthony lightfoot. we usually don't show you these things. for the past nine years or so, we have been pretty much prevented from showing you these things. now, we are, because the parents say, we want you to. we are very respectfully showing you this. that's her, by the way. >> receiving the flag. >> she is a 22-year-old veteran. her son decided to go into battle and he
to bring it to you live as soon as it begins and then, we'll hand it off to rick sanchez on the other side of this break. have a great weekend! quality and reliability... are more than words here. it's personal. i have diabetes. rodney's kid too. so we're so proud to manufacture... the accu-chekĀ® aviva meters and test strips... here in the u.s.a. plus, we've proven you'll waste 50% fewer strips... when you use our meter, which means greater savings... for people with diabetes, like me. now that's a true american value. accu-chekĀ® aviva. born in the u.s.a. >>> hello, everybody. i'm rick sanchez. kyra is joining us over here. >> maybe i should give you my mike. i will kind of help stretch as we like to say here in television. >> as you wind up this shot, you will find someone down here. go ahead. get that shot. you will see someone. how are we doing with the mike? >> i'm glad he just found the mike. that's all i have to say. >> sometimes the best tv is real tv. that is transparency what you just saw right there. >> on a serious note, the president of the united states getting ready to begi
anchors need to calm down, too. i'm jauss just saying. >> watch what you say about rick sanchez. >> i love rick sanchez. here with us now editorial writer for "the washington post" and msnbc contributor jonathan capehart. jonathan, great to have you back on the show. >> good morning. >> thank you, good morning. hi, everybody. >> let's do some op-eds. >> all right. >> paul krugman has an interesting one. republican death trip. he says, yes, the smear continues to spread and as the example of mr. gingrich shows it's not a fringe phenomenon. senior gop figures including so-called moderates have endorsed the lie. senator chuck grassley, of course we played that sound bite yesterday, republican of iowa, is one of the supposed moderates. i'm not sure whether his centrist reputation comes from -- he did compare critics of the bush tax cuts to hitler but in any case his role in the health care debate has been flat-out despicable. we all heard what he said about pulling the plug on grandma and also the report that i read earlier that jon meacham, if you could start us off, about where the accusatio
of more attackers out there. >> cal perry, appreciate your reporting. >>> that does it for us. rick sanchez picks it up from here. >>> coming at you right now, an emergency session in scotland. >> it fell to me to decide whether mr. al megrahi should be released. i stand by my decision. >> lawmakers called back as outrage grows over the release of a killer and terrorist who gets a hero's welcome. >>> new video of fiddel castro from death's door to remarkable comeback? what is his story? >>> is nature trying to tell us something? watch the iceberg melt and the waves form as if on cue. a new report on torture. now, will there be prosecutions? it's breaking news and we're on it on
-year, $1.5 million contract with the renden group. rick sanchez working on it back there. what have you got? >> three fascinating stories. but none as fascinating as this ongoing situation that's developing in brunswick, georgia. you and i have both covered in local news and here at cnn mass slayings like this. what's so odd about this is how little information is coming out of the police? you have nine people down, eight of them are now dead. they're all found inside this home. and now we understand, according to police who are going to be holding a news conference in just a little bit, finally be able to get a little bit of information, they're not saying how they died or who did it. residents in the community want to know is there a killer out there or somebody we should be concerned about what may be attacking another family soon? meanwhile, there's a 911 tape that's just been released and in that tape you hear the voice of the person who first comes across the bodies. and he's describing what he's seeing and he's been arrested for tampering with the evidence. but there are clues in wha
't clothes at 5:00 p.m. thanks to all these various tweets. appreciate it. we'll be back here tomorrow. rick sanchez takes it from here. >>> coming at you right now, new video that reveals what you need to know about this man. >>> how do you steal more than 130 million credit card accounts? police say it is the most ever. how did he do it. >> his career is not a concern of mine. >>> summer of the scorned first lady of south carolina carry. what she says about the argentine mistress and about her husband's addiction problem. >>> las fotos del dia. he weighing
at home affected by that fight in afghanistan, that's what rick sanchez has taken a look at all week, a vee neat perspective. through the eyes of one family and what it means to lose a son. >> it's amazing. we are getting a lot of comments from people on twitter and myspace and facebook. right now, it is what, about 10, 12 minutes before the hour. right now, there is a young man named anthony lightfoot. right now, he is being buried at arlington national cemetery. his parents, his family have allowed our cameras to be there. in fact, they have asked us to be there. mrs. lightfoot also invited me to her home. she wanted to tell me her story about how much she misses her son and who she was and what she is going through now as a result of his death. our cameras were also there at dover, delaware, when his remains first arrived july 31st. it's a tough story to tell. there are so many americans that think that it is the kind of story that maybe we don't want to get too close to. others argue maybe we should. maybe we should know. this mother decided we should. here is what she had to say
're taking a closer look at the video from the clis cpolice camera. cnn's rick san sanchez has experienced the taser firsthand. >> it hurts. >>> imagine you are driving with the kids in the car and get pulled over for a routine traffic stop and wind up getting tasered by the police. it happened to a mom in new york state. we can take a closer look at the video to try to piece together what happened. brian todd is here in "the situation room." you studied the video. >> we are told by a civil court official that the woman involved in this incident, awudra harmon filed a lawsuit. it happened on january 31st of this year. she was pulled over. she claims the officer, deputy sean andrews said she was speeding and using her cell phone, which she denies. the video we are about to show you was posted on the website of the newspaper, "the syracuse post standard." taking it in sequence. harmon says she was asked by andrews to give him her license and registration. she says, he is headed back to his car, she gets out of her car under the impression, she says, that he is going to show her the dash cam
of the family members, and they have spoken out about this. and rick sanchez is going to be talking a lot about that coming up in the next hour. he's joining us now. rick, this is all developing. thousands of people there in libya at the airport greeting this terrorist. >> president of the united states says he wants him under house arrest. the state department is saying that they have contacted the libans and have told them in no uncertain terms exactly what their expectations are. the state department of the united states is also saying at this point that this could affect u.s. relations with libya if they don't respond to what the united states is asking them to do. so, look, this thing could have some real geopolitical and international implications. we're going to be following that story as well. it was during that interview, by the way, with that radio reporter, whose name i could never pronounce in a million years, can you? >> you're saying -- pronounce whose name? i'm sorry, rick. >> say it again? >> smirconish. >> it's michael smirconish. >> well done. anyway, it was the interview the
. >> and he invited me, so i'm going to see him. >> tell him rick sanchez says hi. >> i'll do that. >> one of the great ones. john madden. this is the game and another one of the great ones but never quite as good a football player or football coach, wolf blitzer, standing by now. wolf, take it away. >>> rick, thanks very much. happening now, breaking news. a convicted terrorist returns home, walking free from a scottish prison after two decades after unleashing the worst terror attack ever on british soil but only after serving only seven years of his life sentence. i have an exclusive interview with the scottish justice secretary who made that controversial decision to set him free. >>> also, ailing senator ted kennedy fearing he may not be there to cast his critical vote on health care reform, now he's taking an extraordinary step to ensure someone would do it in his place. >>> plus, the government's hugely popular cash for clunkers program rapidly running out of gas as dealers complain they're not getting reimbursed for the millions of dollars they're showing up. i'm wolf blitzer in cn
.com/reportcard, then get the results from cnn's national report card thursday night at 8:00 eastern. >>> stay with us. rick sanchez takes it from here. >>> again and again, he said this. >> if you make under $250,000, you will not see your taxes increase by a single dime. >> is the president breaking a promise? >>> i made a bad mistake. >> she had an affair with a married state senator. he is an evangelical republican and there's an update. >>> my hometown has a slimy problem. >>> how bad is the republican party's problem with hispanics? >> we have a very, very deep hole that we got to come out of. >> you'll hear from john mccain. d
and back in at 7:56. the police were dispatched at -- >>> hello, everybody. i'm rick sanchez. we are going to be staying with this
you again tomorrow. >>> in the meantime, "cnn newsroom" with rick sanchez. >> thanks, guys. >>> flames light up the night sky, hundreds of homes right now in danger of wildfire threatens a northern california town, look at those pictures.
'll be back here tomorrow. rick sanchez takes it from here. >>> claudette comes ashore and now, the flooding. >> there's the rainfall from claudette right now. almost raining all the way into atlanta. >> we're on it. >>> look what
. thanks so much for the explanation. i'm rick sanchez. "cnn newsroom" continues now. hold on to your hats, folks. put your seat belts on, strap on, it's tony harris time. >> thank you, doctor. good morning, everyone. it is thursday, the 13th of august and here are the top stories for you in the "cnn newsroom." >>> shoppers pull back in july and recovery from the recession will be choppy and uneven. >>> waiting patiently for rescue. a pilot is forced to ditch his single engine plane in the sea. >>> necklines are political polls. sometimes they plunge. hey, now. a revealing picture of the german leader lifts voter interest. good morning, everyone. i'm tony harris and you are in the "cnn newsroom." >>> let's start with the recovery and some of those green shoots gave way to brown patches today. retail sales take an unexpected tumble while jobless numbers show a surprising increase. new numbers, as the fed paints an optimistic picture of recovery and takes the first steps to dial back some of its rescue efforts to new york now, cnn's christine romans is at the business desk in new york and ou
king. didn't he beat out rick sanchez. >> he beat larry king and larry king turned around and had just as many or more. i could be wrong. >> i don't know. we don't do it. >> we are on facebook. you can go to cnn.com/robin and there's a link right there. >> that's as high tech as i can be. good morning. >> good morning to you. east coast looks really nice. high pressure settling in and back side of that high. winds coming up over that southerly direction and warming temperatures, as well. instblth out there for the morning. all the clouds wrapped up from kansas city to minneapolis and rain beginning to fill in nicely across central parts of iowa and lower parts of minnesota getting in, too. chicago, you'll see some airport delays out of o'hare and midway and that should start up later this morning. look at the rain around your region and not a lot of it reaching the ground and the clouds are there already and they will begin with low and more showers and some will be strong and develop around chicagoland later this afternoon. look at the rain shield overhead now with thunderstorms off t
i'm rick sanchez, heidi will be back soon. "cnn newsroom "continues with the drew miester. >> here are the top stories here in the cnn newsroom. bill could bust in on bermuda vacations and that hurricane could be a major storm and soon. >>> the left pushing back on the public option and maybe calling it a must in any health care bill. if you're confused about the public option, we'll clear that up, all the lingo and this. >> the truth really is in these files, whatever the truth is. >> the truth x-files. online now, ufo sightings go off the charts in britain during the 1990s. good morning, everybody. i am drew griffin in for tony harris today and you are in "cnn newsroom." >>> well, the suggestion that president obama is abandoning a public health insurance option is overblown. that is the word today from the white house on one of the most contentious issue in this make or break month. suzanne malveaux is following that ever-moving story and elizabeth cohen will explain that public option and what that all means. we'll begin with you, suzanne. this is all about politics. take a ste
for rick sanchez, right there on my computer. if you do not what the structure on blog, and this is for people watching out in tv land, there is a way to contribute without starting your own blog. that is by commenting on other people's blogs. he can be very discouraging as a blocker to reach your comments. very demoralizing. it is always encouraging when you reach your comments and you find people on their his support you, agree with you, and gives it the courage and strength to keep going. again, i want to tell you how great it has been here at this conference. thank you all for coming and for being part of the sessions and getting involved and wanting to get involved on a grassroots level, because you are making a difference. we are changing public opinion right from our living room, right in our pajamas and are slivers, with their kids around. being a mom or what ever you are doing, that is no longer a barrier to making a difference. thank you for having me. [applause] >> please welcome right ear and contributor, matt lewis. >> i like that music. i think ask for met
it right there from the site. i can do shows from rick sanchez to other things on fox and i can do it right from my home. if you are starting out, get yourself a great computer. don't be afraid to put it out there. if you don't want to start your own blog, for people watching in tv land, there is a way to contribute without starting your own blog. that is by commenting on other people's blog. it can be very discouraging as a blocker to read your comments. it is always encouraging when you read through your comments and you find people on their toes support you, agree with you. it gives you the courage and the strength to keep going. again, i want to tell you how great it has been here at this conference. thank you all for coming off, and for being part of the discussions and getting involved. you are making a difference. we are changing how public opinion goes spirit right in our living room in our pajamas, with our kids around. being a mom or wherever you are doing is no longer a barrier to making a difference. thank you for making a difference. [applause] >> please welcome a writer and co
sanchez can look to history for success. >> rick pitino slashing on ut at the media at a news conference. why you don't want to miss what he had to say. >> all of this has been a lie, okay. a total fabrication of the truth, except what i told you. >> what's up? helping you stay current with all the latest news, scores and highlights. up next, the coach. the dodgers once led the rockies by 15 and a half games, but are contributing to what could become the greatest comeback in baseball history. >> that is correct. the colorado rockies began this game with l.a. with a chance to even things. when you you think about it dodgers entering play on wednesday, that is josh fog. top first, andre ethier wasting no time. into the mile high sky. that is 4-6. dodgers up 2-0 on, top four. ethier again and again. and he has fogg's number. >> number 27, l.a. up 3-1, later in the fourth. this time with two men on, that would be enough. >> dodgers win 6-1. randy wolf, a four-game winning streak now. he goes 7 and a third. allows only one earned. strikes out five. the dodgers are 11-3. 6-2 at coors field. an
selection begins today for another former worker. we'll keep following it. >>> team sanchez back there working on the next hour of "cnn newsroom." what have you got going, rick? >> what possible reason could there be for people being stuck on an airplane, a small airplane, mind you, one that only has 50 seats, for nine hours? should i get any closer? wait, let me get closer, for nine hours. >> i'm with you. it is a story that got us all stirred up today. that's why we wanted to book katie from the organization that's pushing for a passengers bill of rights. it's ridiculous. absolutely ridiculous. there is no excuse. they were totally -- every passenger was failed on every level. >> it defies common sense. when a story defies common sense, it needs to be told, it needs to be drilled down on and we need to look into it, and that's exactly what we're going to do. we're going to be talking to passengers. we have also already talked to the airline and we talked to the guy who's getting blamed for this, the guy at the airport who has said well, we couldn't let them in because somebody
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